Just as the Baltimore Orioles were preparing for the first pitch Thursday at Camden Yards against Tampa Bay, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake arrived at 3700 Koppers St. to join St. John Properties Founder and Chairman Ed St. John for a celebration.Read More »
Daniel Thomas has been named chairman of the Advisory Board for the University of Baltimore, Merrick School of Business Real Estate and Economic Development Program.
Tagged with: County Executive Rushern L. Baker III Cunningham Falls State Park Development frederick george washington university Maryland Department of Natural Resources Maryland Economic Development Corp. NAI KLNB novavax St. John Properties U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski University of BaltimoreRead More »
At a raucous public hearing Wednesday night, an executive at Harbor East Development Group outlined the company’s plans for development of the 27-acre parcel and adjoining sites ...Read More »
Two proposed developments in Baltimore will be the subject of a hearing next month by the Baltimore Development Corp. because developers are seeking Enterprise Zone tax credits in order to build. ...Read More »
After $1.2 million in renovations, the historic Mansion House at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore will once again open its doors to the public Thursday. The house, built in 1801 as a private residence, features a wide stairway out front ...Read More »
The development battle in Owings Mills is heating up — and cooling down. Acrimonious debate has swirled among the titans involved — developers Greenberg Gibbons, Kimco and David S. Brown Enterprises — over a proposed zoning change to the former ...
Tagged with: Anirban Basu Anne Arundel County Baltimore County BRAC Community College of Baltimore County continental realty corp county council david s. brown enterprises Department of Housing and Community Development Development foundry row greenberg gibbons hunt valley kevin kamenetz metro centre mullan contracting co. owings mills Owings Mills Mall solo cup St. John Properties Vicki Almond wegman's zoningRead More »